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Podcast host Joe Rogan has been caught out on air after growing outraged about a supposed Australian law that would ban people from growing their own food.

Rogan unleashed on air, claiming that the New South Wales government was trying to ban home-grown food in an effort to “smoke out” anti-vaxxers.

“You can’t go to a grocery store anymore, and you can’t grow your own food,” he said.

Podcast host Joe Rogan. (AP Photo/Gregory Payan)

Needless to say, not only is the “law” a thoroughly-debunked online rumour, but unvaccinated Australians are able to shop at grocery stores.

“You could justify it if you’re a real piece of shit,” Rogan said on The Joe Rogan Experience.

He also called Australian authorities “f—ing creeps” – before being told by his producer that there was no actual evidence of said law online.

“Damn it, it better not be fake,” Rogan said.

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Reuters reporter Nick Hardinges joined the derisive online response to Rogan’s stumble, tweeting a link to a fact-checking article debunking similar rumours in the state of Victoria.

Rogan has regularly railed against COVID-19 restrictions and vaccine pushes during the pandemic.

The US right-wing commentariat more broadly targeted Australia’s repeated lockdowns and strict COVID-19 regulations during the previous years of the pandemic, with pundit Candace Owens even suggesting – probably not entirely seriously – that Washington should deploy troops to free Australia.



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